A federal judge in Los Angeles has declined a request by plaintiffs lawyers in a shareholder class action to force attorneys for Toyota Motor Corp. to turn over documents that were provided to Congress, which has been investigating vehicle recalls associated with sudden unintended acceleration defects.

Instead, U.S. District Judge Dale Fischer of the Central District of California on Monday ordered the parties to reach a discovery agreement on their own within a week.

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